Race Jase

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Posted: 06/02/2015 at 12:41

For anyone coming down the east coast mainline for VLM train Tickets have just gone on sale for marathon weekend. Be quick, they won't be cheap for long.

running a bit.


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Posted: 06/11/2014 at 14:58

here you go Dachs, I too used to be rather lardy.



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Posted: 01/11/2014 at 09:19

Cheers Wardi, noted. See you there.


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Posted: 30/10/2014 at 09:54

Ha ha nice one Dan. I had a running heckle a few weeks ago that I thought was rather good too. It went like this; I was fully kitted out in vest and PP style shorts doing a big marigold MP session at 6am and nearing the end of the efforts around a loop that I run. So it was probably 7:30ish by this point. At this time the local school kids are making their way to the bus stops etc and I get the occasional shout of 'run Forrest run', 'get them knees up', 'move it, move it', that sort of sh1t which is neither funny nor original and I am sure you're all familiar with. One young man however who couldn't have been much older than 10 or 11 just calmly said as I sauntered by: 'excuse me Sir, but why are you wearing knickers?' Even I had a chuckle at that one.



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Posted: 28/10/2014 at 20:34

top stuff selbs, great report. Agree with dan that not having a target probably worked in your favour and allowed you to run in a really measured fashion. The splits tell a pretty strong story that you did run it just about perfectly.

bains many congrats - is this the first one? Magical time.

Lev best of luck for Sunday. Hope the foot holds up.

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Posted: 27/10/2014 at 17:09

Jools - it was a beautifully run race well done and great report. i bet those last 10k were amazeballs. What a chunk to take off too.

Padams - nice victory and humble as ever.

TT - another sub 2:30 in far from ideal circs. well done.

i take it selbs is still on the beer?

hurt my back a bit last week so only ended up with 45 miles. Feel good to crack on now though. I need to as well as I'm a right chubber.


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Posted: 26/10/2014 at 14:56

Selbs = brilliant running. Lovely to see you nail a race like that after all of your issues. I cant quite believe you made the start line given your luck with injuries but so pleased to see you run so well. As you say, lots more to come off if you can get a bit more training in and to build on top of this campaign. Enjoy the beer.

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Posted: 20/10/2014 at 07:38

wardi - the coverage as it was, was to be expected so I won't lose any sleep over it. On the other hand Dave moorcroft was commentating on the great Birmingham run on C5 yesterday morning and I thought he was excellent. Bbc should do themselves a favour and boot foster and bring in moorcroft!

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Posted: 20/10/2014 at 07:34

Lev - nicely done at the cabbage. You're in really good shape, well recovered from Berlin. Im going to do london as well as Edinburgh. Quite fancy having a go at doubling up. It's also useful to have a back up to london in case I get ill!

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Posted: 19/10/2014 at 20:33

Some solid runs today whcih is really nice to see.

ALP nice podium and PB gets a standing ovation. Nice one.

Ryan lovely stuff. Sub 2:45 is very solid indeed. Much more to come on a calmer day.

TickTock, Dan well done for doing what it says on the tin.

DrD - lots of issues, ill, bad marshalling, hydration, lack of sleep, fairly new to running. 12 minute PB. Loads more to come off next time.

TJB - congrats on the PB and a nice step towards the magic marker.

LS21 bet that one felt good, especially with the shitty weather!

Still no run, getting (a lot) fatter.

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